While Redskins running back Alfred Morris participated fully in practice for the second day in a row, there are still a few injury questions facing the Washington Redskins heading into this weekend’s game at Dallas.
Tight end has been an issue with Fred Davis (ankle), Logan Paulsen (knee) and Jordan Reed (thigh bruise) all injured over the past three weeks. Davis missed the Detroit game on Sept. 22, but played the next week against Oakland. Reed sat out the game against the Raiders. Paulsen was hurt during that contest.
Davis should be fine going forward after coming out of the Oakland game unscathed and practicing on both Monday and Wednesday this week. Paulsen is a different story. He still hopes to play despite the left knee sprain, but was limited in practice on Wednesday. Reed had close to a full practice as he makes progress from a painful contusion.
Meanwhile, defensive lineman Chris Neild did not practice on Wednesday as he recovers from a calf injury sustained in the first half of the Oakland game. Rookie linebacker Brandon Jenkins still has a sore ankle and was listed as limited as well, according to coach Mike Shanahan.
Morris (ribs) says he will play against Dallas. He missed the final 18 minutes of the Oakland game on Sept. 29.